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A writer quoted Mubarak: rejected an American request to enter the Egyptian forces to Iraq

A writer quoted Mubarak: rejected an American request to enter the Egyptian forces to Iraq

The veteran journalist and writer Mohamed Ali Ibrahim, the chairman and editor of the former Al-Gomhuriya newspaper, revealed in a special statement to RT the contents of a conversation with former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

Ibrahim, quoting Mubarak, said that the latter categorically rejected the participation of Egyptian ground forces in the liberation of Kuwait without referring to the Egyptian parliament. He pointed out that several calls were made between him and US President George HW Bush during the last months of 1990.

He explained that Mubarak told him that President Bush pointed out that the joint Arab defense agreement allows Egypt to participate in the fighting without referring to the parliament, but Ibrahim quoted Mubarak as rejecting it. He said that it is necessary to refer to the Egyptian parliament, similar to what happened in the United States, .

Ibrahim added that "when he presented the matter to the Egyptian parliament and approved the participation of Egyptian ground forces in the war to liberate Kuwait, informed Bush that."

The journalist Mohammed Ali Ibrahim confirmed that Mubarak had said that the task of the Egyptian forces in the Gulf was to liberate Kuwait, that he also rejected an American request for Egyptian troops to enter Iraq and that he advised President Bush the father not to get into Iraq with his forces and that he has already responded to that advice.

Source: RT

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